Longboat Key is a distinctly upscale barrier island of sprawling bay side estates, imposing high-rises and more modest beachfront homes and condos. Longboat Key offers its residents a very private, secure and serene lifestyle.
Siesta Key is is an 8 mile long, crescent-shaped barrier island between Roberts Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and easily accessible from the Sarasota mainland by 2 bridges. The key was named "Sarasota Key" until it was changed to "Siesta Key" in the 1920s. Siesta Key is home to an eclectic mix of expensive waterfront homes, beach cottages, and mid-rise condominiums, but there are also more modest homes and condos. Siesta Key is home to some of the most famous, softest beaches in America.
Bird Key is an exclusive and private enclave of 500 single family homes of quiet streets and striking vistas of Sarasota Bay and city skyline. The ideal spot for those who want an elegant lifestyle, their yacht right at their back door and yet an easy drive or bike ride to both the beaches and Downtown Sarasota.
Lido Key is for beach lovers of all ages. Lido Shores on Lido Key, a community surrounded by water, is the perfect backdrop for dramatic, upscale homes created by some of Sarasota's most respected architects and home designers.
Manasota Key is an enchanting barrier island with no high-rises and no traffic lights; just pristine beaches and a two-lane Florida protected canopy road with private homes tucked behind lush tropical foliage.
St Armands is a world-renowned shopping and dining destination, St. Armands is a residential community of 225 homes in a wide range of eclectic architectural styles and prices from Old-Florida to Mediterranean to contemporary. Technically a part of Lido Key, St Armands is, for all practical purposes, a key onto its own.
Casey Key is a long, narrow island that stretches from Siesta Key to Venice Island. Gorgeous beachfront homes and stellar Intracoastal estates line this narrow island's single road.